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You know you are in the country when tyres feature in the garden and the chook shed (chicken coop) has been repurposed at least two or three times.

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  1. Yes. Could not agree more - quintessial aussie!!

    I burst out laughing: the down-at-heel-ness of the entire structure is so delightful.

    I nearly mentioned tyre gardens in the dunny picture but I think it is more like a wheel rim - which is a first for me.

    This is a corker, Joan.

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  2. Great series! Fantastic captures and details too.

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  3. Fantastic! That is astonishing.
    Re the "tyres":
    When we moved to our present location it was in pretty bad shape. I've lost the pictures to a dead hard drive but I had a series of photographs of all the various kinds of tires/tyres that were left here. I comforted myself by thinking of them as some kind of art installation. They were kind of cool looking....but I was really glad when they were all gone.

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  4. Yipes PJ, I'm glad you didn't keep the tyres ... or worse yet you could have turned them into tyre swans!

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